Many critics of mainstream economics believe that economists are in the pocket of Big Business: that they're paid shrills who say what their corporate paymasters want them to say. With 50 years of experience of economists—and 30 years of that as an academic economist myself, though a decidedly non-mainstream one—I can categorically say that that belief is false.
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